About

Well, I like many different things.

Favorite bands/singers: Beyoncé, Paramore, KITTEN, Grimes, Michael Jackson, Eminem, Best Coast, etc

I'm a Christian. I'm Nigerian. I'm my own grandpa.

I like writing and reading books. I hate cliche stories which is why it's hard to find a good book on wattpad. I like Snow White. I am Buttercup out of The Powerpuff Girls, the redhead in WITCH, me out of the world.

If you want, buy me comics and graphic novels and CDs and stuff, I won't mind.

I watch cartoons to laugh and be educated.

*Do check my blog: http://deadclownscantclown.tumblr.com/ and 400lux400lux.tumblr.com
*If you're a Kitten fan check out my blog: http://fxckyeahkittentheband.tumblr.com/
*Also, check out my writing blog guys: http://noshitetimawrites.tumblr.com/
  • Location:
    Nigeria
  • Joined:
    3 years ago

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Go-Go Glamming

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@The_Mented oh wow, uhm, there are quite a lot and for different reasons. Why We Broke Up by Daniel Sandler (who is also Lemony Snicket which is pretty awesome for A Series of Unfortunate Events fans) is one important one because the style of writing is pretty awesome and the idea itself is genius; Summer Sisters by Judy Blume because it always makes me cry, the concept is genius too and the way it talks about friendship; Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie because her style of writing is pretty superb and I've never seen anyone write about our country like she does (i haven't read anything by Chinua Achebe); Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O'Neill because she masterfully captures that feeling of innocence lost and her style of prose and metaphors are fetching. 

So many more I can't think of right now :)